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SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations Lmnbring at His Back 100 A YEAR Always In Advnnoo SKVtfXTIE YEAH i juui HAZEL GREWX AVOLEE COUNTY KY tmtimuiwiamuimmi If FRIDAY APRIL 3 1811 A NUMBER 3 NO PAY NO fcjuS r i J rN A P I rN UU O x UU I rX Clothiers of Kentucky IE fii PHUD A i1i STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW OVER THE WORLD IN WEEK J LI3I NTGr M Fall REFUNDED LEXINGTON KENTUCKY StflCK WHS HONEST VALUES Im M HICH GRADES LOW PRICES When you visit Lexington do not fail to give us a call MAIL ORDERS PROiAIPTLY ATTENDED TO NEW STORE NEW GOODS Rose Swango Aro now receiving a Fresh and Choice Stock ol Winter Goods collat Â¬ To which they invito the attention of the citizens of Hazel Green ami vicinity ing of Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Also FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS and the clothing department is chock lull of bargains egy EVERYTHINU GUARANTEED as c Mens All Wool Suits Only 750 represented or money I IAZKL CxKEEN KY AND UNDERTAKER DKAlKl IN COFFINSCASKETS And Trimmings of All Kinds oT am prepared to furnish on short notice and at low prices COFFINS OF ATX KINDS AND SIFS from the cheapest to the very finest I can furnish collins cheaper than vou can buy tin trimmings Trice of Collins from 5 up I have fine hearse and will denver collins cheap 1 FURNITTJBE riinrDCirprATT7C 1 L I VVlu 1 ik J very lowest prices 1 OF ALL I KINDS I REPAIRED J Very respcctlully iH Monuments from any kind of Marble or iranite and at the ccv V Mv nrrangemonts are such that can furnish Tombstones or HAVEN DIAlKK IN General Merchandise HAZEL GKEEN KY ESyCnrrics a complete line of Dross Goods Dry Goods Notions Hoots Shoes Staplo and Fancy Groceries Drugs and Patent Medicines to which lie invites your attention and which ho will sell at tho lowest prices for cash When in search of bargains bo sure and givo hira a call and youll savo money J H Livery Sale Stable HAZEL GREEN o BSy Doublo and Singlo Turnouts and Snddlo Horses for hire Parties oonvoyod to any point on reasonable torms I PIERATT KY solicit business of this kind o will also attend to all calls for auctioneering and Respectfully tc 10IIN II IMKUATT v v JPrn Vr For Lodges of all kinds printed in tho best stylo and at tho lowest rates Just now wo aro offering Masonic By Laws a neat little book of 20 pages lxl inches with u neat covor 100 copies prepaid by mall for only 1000 JajrThia book contains By Laws Rules of Order Fu noral Services at the Grave c c and all reasonable ehanges will bo mado to Huit tho Lodgo making tho order Send for copy of tho book and mako your ordor now if you want to save monoy SfUW2 - Write Us for Any Kind of Printing You Nood Addrcbs THE HERALD Hazel Green Ky La grippe is epidemic in nearly all tho cities throughout tho North and aro compelled to collect subscriptions promptly to ena Â¬ West A pocket of gas in an oil well near ble us to meet our expenses and wo hope all may renew promptly In self defense St Marys W V exploded and severe Â¬ wo miht drop from our list all who do ly injured two drillers not do so without further notice be growing Six prisoners charged with minor It is estimated that the ra- YOUR SUBSCRIPTION -- xon deficit will reach 200000 but by reason oflenses broke jail at Pino Mull Ark of the contract made with the local last week and escaped ISO banks by the Governor and State TreasThe lock out of tho clothing cutters Expire Thanking you for past patronage and urer the States credit will not in the at Rochester N Y has thrown 20000 hoping you will renew we remain least sufler from an empty Treasury persons out of employment very respeclullv vours Every claim against tho State will be D S Morrison deputy Circuit court SlENCEli COOPER paid promptly have run overtime paid to the clerk of Scott county Virginia is want date will show from what time you owe and Tin jury in the case of Sam Bucknor ed for forgeries aggremiting 110000 vou will oblige by remitting tho balance bo At Hillsboro Ohio during a quarrel it ever so little colored on trial in tho Christian Circuit court for the murder of his little broth- Â¬ over horses Philip Hook emptied a load ANNOIJNOKMKNT er whom ho whipped to death returned of shot into Charles Wests shoulder are authorized At Tillin Ohio an explosion of nat- W WeDRAKK as a to announce OKORMK a verdict sending him to tho peniten- Â¬ candidate for SherilV of tiary for life After beating tho child ural gas damaged tho Sterling Emery Wolfe County subject to action of the Dem ocratic party to insensibility be threw his body on tho Wheel works to the extent of lr000 Burglars blew open the tafe of Pecl fire and then broke his neck with a kick L U ATTENTION F The jury stood eight to four for hanging le Taylors office in Indianapolis Ind Three other colored murderers have been but got nothing The explosion scared llfiul AVliat Statu Nvcrutary Davis lias to given life sentences at this term of court them oil Say About Tho Um ald Mary E Ewing of Bellefontaino TO T1IK MnMllKKS OF tiii Fahmkhs AND and Josh Maynor sent up for two years O 3J years old has filed suit for divorce LAiwmmts Union of Kkntucky for manslaughter A Ewing who is fill years Brethren In dune 18S7 when tho A kko of powder exploded in J E from Charles old alleging habitual drunkenness State Allianco was organized at Ezel wo Ruloys grocery at Madisonville recently A portrait of Georgo Washington had 12 sub Alliances three County Alli Â¬ J B Stewart a clerk and J A Bondu rant a customer were badly injured hanging in the Arkansas Legislative ances and an estimated membership of Stewarts face and hands were burned to chamber for twenty years has been re 500 We were without funds and almost Many of tho best far- Â¬ a crisp and if he recovers ho will prob moved for a painting of Jefferson Davis without friends Spontaneous combustion caused a mers in the State looked on tho Allianco ably lose both eyes Bondurnnt was as a visionary scheme of some designing badly burned and injured by Hying par- Â¬ 00000 fire at Georgo W Alexander ticles The store was wrecked and the Cos hat factory Reading Poun Sev perMns to forward their own personal buildings adjoining were badly damaged eral hundred operatives aro thrown out ends They consequently stood aloof and refused to enter the organization The accident was caused by the discharge of work Woods Co commission merchants not knowing the intention of the Alli of a rifle in Stewarts hands while in of Chicago were recently swindled out ance close proximity to the powder of a large amount of money by Thus F Jin James A Ekin of the United Sibley on a forged bill of lading for elev- Â¬ The undersigned accompanied by Bro J E Quick sail who had been elected States army died at his home in Louisen cars of stock President of tho State Alliance waited ville last Thursday Gen Ekin was born lames Bernard onoof the New York on Mr Spencer Cooper editor of tho in Pittsburgin 1810 He entered thearniy grafters who sent green goods circulars Hazix Giickv IIkuam who kindly as Lieutenant Colonel of the One Hun to Russell Harrison and other well known gave ns an Alliance department in his dredth Pennsylvania Volunteers Ho persons has been convicted of improper- Â¬ paper and promised us any assiBtanco in was a membei of the Commission which ly using tho mails his power By this means tho order was tried Mrs Surratt and bore a prominent At Anderson Ind while removing brought prominently beforo tho farmers part in the funeral of Lincoln He was a large bowlder from a field by horso of Eastern Kentucky Tho result was for many years Quartermaster of the power Nimuel IJronnenburg had his that in the twelve months following the Government at Jcflcrsonville Ind skull fractured by being hit with a Alliance had increased from 12 subordi Gov HiCKXKit has issued his procla piece of broken chain datc and three county organizations to mation for tho election to fill the vacancy Anna Didiier of Cincinnati Ohio lfi County and 5 subordinate Lodges in the office of the Clerk of the Court of has filed suit against Frank Jones of and increased in membership from 000 Appeals occasioned by the death of W Shelbyville Intl for 10000 damages to nearly GOOO Wo today havo 88 W Longnioor to bo held at the next for injuries incurred by a runaway team county and 2 100 sub Unions in Ken Â¬ regular election tho first Monday in hired of the defendant tucky and an approximate membership August Tho Stato Democratic Com Senator Jordonof Georgia recently of 100000 and new Unions aro being mittee will doubtless now meet to arrango met with a heavy loss at his Taylor organized at tho rate of ten a week for the nomination of a candidate county stock farm The Flint river rose Mr Cooper has again oflered us a de Â¬ Tin raco for tho Democratic nomina suddenly in tho night and two hundred partment in Tin Hiuam and in assum tion for Representative promises to bo oi ucn uoruon a uioou mares were ing control ol it wo do so with a full the liveliest and most hotly contested drowned realization of our inability to do justico that has taken placo in Jessamine for Win Garner of Mexico Mo died to it and shall be largely dependent on years Hon J J I Welch a member of a few days since and his death is sup the brethren of the various Unions to the Stato Central Committee and for- Â¬ posed to have been from hydrophobia furnish tho news correspondence c mer Representative will run again and caused by being bitten by a vicious dog for this department W J Mitchell will also be a candidate about twenty years ago Others think Wo hopo our members will subscribe Onj year ago last Friday a terrible it was a caso of d t for Tin HiitAMand induco their neigh Â¬ cyclone visited Kentucky killing many Peter Hans of Wampum Pcnn has bors to subscribe Wo should patronizo peoplo and destroying much property laid a wager that ho can eat a calf and our homo paper and thus help to build A memorial service was held at Louis- drink a pony keg of beer in two hours up our country and our order and edu Â¬ ville on the anniversary and at tho close Hans stipulates that he may stand in a cate ourselves and children This wo of the meeting f00 was subscribed to tub of hot water during tho performance can not do unless wo read tho Childrens Frco Hospital of his gastronoinical feat Tin Hicuaid has proven tho friend of Tin new pumping engine of tho Ow Tho parents of Millio Capece aged the peoplo of Eastern Kentucky and it ensboro Water Works Company was 10 residing at Foundryville Peiiu should receive the undivided support of completed Friday and given a public wanted her to marry an ancient but the peoplo trial after alxmt three years work It wealthy suitor while Millio loved and Wo wish to return our thanks to other gave satisfaction and the people of that wanted to marry a poor young nian To papers in Eastern Kentucky that havo city now think they liavo protection sottlo tho difficulty she killed herself kindly given us spaco and spoken words from fire Tho Brooklyn N Y polico aro of cheer to tho meiubors of the Union EiJOBvis Cuniit who was shot at making an uncnviablo record for tho Wo commend them to tho peoplo as Shepherdsville several days ago is at tho Fire bug Hugh O Miller tho son of worthy of thoir patronage point of death If ho dies it is believed wealthy people and aro endeavoring to With malico to nouo and lovo to all that tho four colored men in jail at convict him with all tho incendiary fires I am Fraternally Shepherdsville charged with tho attack that havo occurred in that city for tho B F Davi upon him will bo lynched last six months To Xoi voitH Dubllltatort Mini A local passenger train on the Ches Â¬ Haiiii Tonka a colored woman living Ik you will send tin your address wo on Joseph Evans farm near Lccsburg apeake and Ohio railroad ran into tho is only 118 years of ago and gave birth to rear of a freight train in a tunnel near will mail you our illustrated pamphlet her twentieth child last week Her eld- Â¬ Ft Spring W Vn Thursday last A explaining all about Dr DyoB Celebra Â¬ est is 21 years of age Only uino of tho passenger brakoman and tho conductor ted Electro Voltaic Belt and Appliances twenty aro living of tho freight woro injured Tho caboose and their charming effects upon tho ner Â¬ RoituitT KiMimouoir of Harrison caught fire and tho flames spread to tho vous debilitated system and how thoy county and Miss Sal Ho John son of Scott passenger train which was totally de- will quickly restoro you to vigor and manhood health Pamphlet free If county woro married in Covington last stroyed with tho baggago and express you aro thus afllicted wo will hcih you week Tho couplo eloped from homo John D Lowis a colored lawyer of just for tho novolty of tho thing Philadelphia who recently died be Â¬ Belt and Appliances on a trial Voltaic Biir Co Marshall Mich Jamks McChiusty of Powoll county queaths a portion of his cstato valued aged 7 years died on Thursday of last at 100000 as n fund for Tho LowJh A Nuver FallliiK ltummly week Ho was tho oldest Mason in that Protcotivo Bureau of Civil Rights tho Mkowminj tho only permanent ciro county a member of Stanton Lodge by object of which is to protect and se Â¬ for all forma of headache and neuralgia whom ho was buried cure to tho colored citizens or colored relieves the pain in from 1G to 20 min- Â¬ Foil tho murder of Louis J Spccht u persons in tho United States thoir civil utes For hhIo on posltivo guarantee at saloon keeper at Louisville Henry Smith rights as applicable to nil other classes of Tan Hkuau ofllco or sent potpaldby colored has been sentenced to death peoplo mail on receipt of price CO cnU a box the State Treasury went into the hands of one of the many claimants last Friday and from now until some time in July when the Slier ills begin to turn over their collections of the revenue the deficit for 1801 will in The last dollar PAPER ffWe SF - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a i m IIIII n iin-uiuu- nj-i T Il HIIMmMlfM Ill M Hazel Geeen Herald SPENCER COOPER Editor Dr Clardy is to loyally presented to tho convention by his home county bo V Friday HAZEL GREEN - April KIiHON M HdAAijiWcr avvarfl - The Capital removal question is just now agitating tho Constitutional Con- Â¬ KY have the 3 1891 vention Tho committee thatfive being matter in chargo aro divided for its remaining at Frankfort and six for leaving its location to a vote of the people An effort to get an opinion from JvMmmmdjfcl our pcoplo elucidates that they arc for Lexington if it bo removed though some think it should remain where it is PUBLIC OPINION i f v Aciti fSXer wz itioflfll Bunk WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL W FOR LIEUTKNANTGOV EUNOIl C ALFORD OF FAYETTE COUNTY Subject to notion of the Democratic Tarty Thobrillinnt and brainy young stntcH mnn Hon Mitchell 0 Alford cnnditliito for Licutonunt Governor is tho acclaim Â¬ ed choico of a pcoplo who dolight to do honor to ono who is so deserving to u gentleman personally and politically puro in Jus every action to ti firm friend of tho fanning intorests as evidenced by his record in tho Stato Senate to n mnn devoted to tho development of tho dear old Stato that gavo him birth to ono learned in the law common and constitu- Â¬ tional In short ono who embodies all tho essentials equitably balanced by jus tice requisito to the scmi executivo position ho seeks And this glad acclaim that arises from an admiring multitude wafts with it tho soul stirring shibboleth Ho is tho apple of our eyo and every tonguo that tingles with music echoes tho sweet strains of tho song from the opaque Ohio to tho curling Cumberland from tho mighty Mississippi to the boom- ing Rig Sandy In the workshop and tho privato walks of life along railroads and tho rural highways from the mountain fastness and tho fern clad stream--i- n the domicilo of the rich and the dwelling of tho poor every where that tonguo articulates tho ardent voice of the heart Alford is tho choice Tho Democracy of this grand and glorious old Commonwealth is to bo congratulated on tho possession of so valient a son and under his leader- Â¬ ship victory is sure to perch upon our banner Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Good Ofllclul 1lnU Woodford W Longmoor tho lately elected Clerk of tho Court of Appeals died very suddenly last week in tho capi tol at Frankfort His death wns caused by u stroke of paralysis Mr Green B has been Addams his brother-in-laannounced as a candidate to fill the un expired term of Mr Longmoor He agrees to accept only a deputys salary and allow tho proceeds to go to Mr Longmoors widow If Mr Addams is well qualified to discharge the duties of the oflice it would bo doing tho proper thing Tho oflice would be well attend Â¬ ed to and nn act of charity done at the same time But unless he is well qualified somo one else should have the office Charity should be bestowed where practicable but when it would bo the cause of a failure to secure a good official it should bo bestowed in some other way The first consideration is a good official w Mttsi mflimM ii4 tfkk isPv 1 500000 -- o WASH MILLER PRESIDENT S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT A H HAMPTON CASHIER Â¬ Â¬ areSKewS US J i W rUYJNTMi Larue County Herald a awH1 fs T All For Mrs Longmoor has been decided that Mr Addams It will be a candidate to fill out the seven remaining years of Mr Longmoors term all the emoluments of tho oflice to be paid over to Mrs Longmoor He has already announced himself a candidate for the Democratic nomination and no one can be found who will bo able to defeat him It is hard to defeat senti ment at any time but especially so when founded in justice and fairness Mr Ad Â¬ dams was at the time of his brother in- Â¬ laws death a deputy in the office has largo experience in such clerical work and no harm can come to the public service by reason of his promotion Un Â¬ der our laws tho widow can not hold the office but tho comrades friends and ad- Â¬ Ex Senator W II Taulbeo gave us a mirers of the dead official can aid tho call last week to renew his subscription afllicted wife by voting for her represen- Â¬ to TnE Herald and when asked about tative Tho Herald and the people of tho Stato canvass he said ho was non- Â¬ Logan county arc for Mrs Longmoor committal But at mention of the nauio Russellville Herald of Col John O Hodges his oye kindled Hulcldo to Opposo Admits and his cheek flushed with the bloom of The sentiment that brought about the youth Ho seemed to forget that he was old and infirm and paced tho floor with nomination of Wood Longmoor last May tho vigor of early manhood Said ho was not a circumstance to that that has Mr Cooper of all tho men it has ever sprung up for his widow now It is sui been my pleasuro to know Col Hodges cidal for any gentleman to think of is ono among tho best Ho is a scholar opposing her brother for tho succession educator and Christian gentleman andI to the office of tho Clerk of tho Court take great pleasuro in recommending of Appeals It will bo Mrs Longmoor him to all those who may not know him first and tho rest nowhere when the con Â¬ Fivo years ago whou my wifo and I were vention assembles May 13 Owensboro visiting tho Colonel I told him that I Messenger hoped to live to see him Stato Superin- Â¬ Kentucky With tho Widow tendent and if my friends will do what Tho politicians may as well stand back I think to bo tho right thing I may yet Public sentiment is in favor of giving see that day tho Appellato Clerkship to Mr Green B since ho has obligated himself Judge Swango is lotting no grass grow Addams to turn tho fees over to his sister the uudorhia feot neithor sago or blue but of Capt Longmoor Maysvillo is making an exceedingly hot canvass in widow Bulletin his race for Registor of tho Land Oflice Protect Your Health Editorial encomiums appear in nearly Cold and moisturo combined havo a every oxchango wo recivo and indicate in unmistakable terms the sentiment of torporizing effect upon tho bodily organs tho pooplo throughout tho Stato In all and tho digestive and secretive processes sections ho is gaining strength and no are apt to bo moro tardily performed in tnbly among those who aro rallying to winter than in tho fall Tho same is true his support aro tho old Confederate sol- also of tho oxcrotory functions The diers who hold u strong affection for bowels are often sluggish and tho pores him Tho people of Eastern Kentucky of tho skin throw off but little wasto will romembor him for the efforts ho has matter at this season Tho system there- Â¬ put forth toquiot land titles and to havo fore requires oponing up a little and tho State redistricted so as to givo us also purifying and regulating and tho equal representation with other sections safest surest and most thorough tonic and when thoconvention meets his moun- Â¬ and altorativo that can bo used for theso tain frionds will bo thero to givo him his purposes is Hostotters Stomach Bitters Persons who wish to escapo tho rheu Â¬ reward in a rousing united support matic twinges tho dyspeptic agonies Dr Clardya homo county is for him tho painful disturbances of tho bowels first and last Tho Hopkiusvillo Ken tho bilious attacks and tho nervous visiSeveral of tho candidates tations so common at this timo of tho tuckian says do woll to reinforce their sys Â¬ for minor Stato offices havo friends in year will this renowned vegetable stom- Â¬ this county who are concerned about tems with achic and invigorant It improves the their races but other candidates surely appetite strengthens tho stomach cheers do not oxpect Christian to give any in Â¬ tho spirits and renovates tho whole phyt structions oxcopt for her own candldato iquo for Governor Tho convention on May In acknowledging donations to tho 2 will inatruot for Dr Clardy ind any further than this would be lardor the editor of tho Ellijay Ga instructions Nothing succeeds liko Unusual nnd unfair to him No delega Courier says Vo recently received a prcsout effectively present a candidate success tion his hands are tied of a waehpanful of dried beans Tho convention if to upon all waiters likely to come up butcher also sent us a soup bono Wo There must b no thought of Instructing are now prepared to endure an unlimited or the other candidate If legef fiard times f or ihU Â¬ fill 18ffl IRfiiS1 SI If liiksflEapssp gil Ar3ssM mv mmt n-- r- ma unyrora ai mm n aia tm wu- - s as il i I ASST CASHIER IIHSeS 1 Iffr Blr il 1i f f P- - faaffJteji wtnroiiurraa A i nrrc H f s4M5rss5J v -- - Has ample facilities for doing banking business So licits deposits makes collections gives prompt and careful attention toall business entrusted to it and extendsjlto its cus tomers the most liberal accom- niodations consistent with cor- rect banking business n general Â¬ Â¬ sH890-9l ACADEMY J TAYLOR DAY FLOYD DAY KELLY B DAY HAZEL GREEN Second Term Began J T DAY WHOLESALE Largest Stock Feby 9 1891 Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY CO entrance into Kentucky University and colthat class Our Teachers Course embraces all the branches within the Com mon School Law together with Talks and Lectures on School Topics Our Business Course prepares for the business transactions of every day lite uhd for special positions as clerks book keepers accountants etc leges of Hazel Orcen Academy offers unusual ad vuiitnges in a vvuh English couiisk including Latin a thorough IIUHINKSS course a comiuktk TEACHKKScounsi Our Eng lish Course is thorough and prepares for AND Â¬ Â¬ RETAIL Lowest Prices -- - Â¬ Kates of Tuition per Session of 5 SECOND GRADE THIRD GRADE FOURTH GRADE payable one half on entering school the other half at middle of the term 5 00 FIRST GRADE 7 50 10 00 12 50 Months Have invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or merchandise J T DAY CO FREE TUITION given to otic student from each of the twenty mountain counties upon presentation of certificate of good moral standing signed by thu County Judge Only two stuand Count Superintendent dents have applied for free tuition this year wMm HnsUBb 12 Mobile Counts Â¬ 4 LEXINGTON KY West Short Street A Model Restaurant in Almost Every Feature is SEATING CAPACITY ISO Fresh Oysters at all seasons Blue Points Saddle Bocks New York Counts and Kiteii CENTS Good Board oan be obtained at from 200 to 250 per week j2JPupils from a distance will be under Meals to order at all hours Delicacies of the bcason always on hand the supervision of the Principal of the The most complete and modern kitchen in the State Among the recent additions is a Miller Improved Range the finest in the world with eighteen fires six steaming at school Teachers of Public Schools Do you want tachments two large broilers and hot and cold water reservoirs This range will cook to prepare yourselves for better work in anything from a half n beef to a tid bit of sweetbread and is the only one of the kind in your profession Do you want to bn a true Kentucky A hearty welcome and the most courteous treatment to all teacher nov21ly If so attend school at the Hazel REGULAR MEALS 25 Â¬ Green Aeademey and take our Normal Course during thu Winter and Spring We oiler you better advantages at a less ex pense thuu any school in the mountains of Kentucky You oan kntkk at any timk 3ciFor further information address Â¬ GUS LUIGART Proprietor - J M KELLY resident WM BRIGHT Secretary and Treasurer WM Aug 29 1890 H CORD PRINCIPAL WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON-- OALL ON THE- - Â¬ THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD STATE east of Louisville Â¬ II WITIIERSPOON Prosideut K D HUNTER Cashier near 7th St Â¬ All kintla of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY the accounts of mer This Bank solicits DONE J M KELLY President tub lowest livino IMCKS chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky Oflice 99 EAST MAIN STREET 4 4 and oilers its customers every facility anil Foundry on K U RAILROAD the most liberal terms within tho limits of octlSly legitimate banking Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 They are operating THE LARGEST FOUJfDllY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE aL hmv ar at T Ju6XingTG0ll iky Mt Sterling National KY Bank WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS KY CATLETTSBURC The Largest Drug House in tho Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that aro Sold by the Dozon 10000 Square Foot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed Q0frfr0frfrH 06644446666466446tt 9 X boio proprietors of the renowned 03 frfr8Om frCfr0 I jE SoUn proprietors nofi thertfninousjc - HINDOO K DNEYnnpn X n i re vr tL Tho onlv remedv that is sold nn nn nhsn For tho permanent cure of Pains in the v W Hack mill nil flisnriloru nf 1i n klnvs unit giuiriiiiicu iu uuru nil rams umi niul Urinarv Organs Thousands of per a e ues iramps aim 10110 1larruivn uys oilturv nip Used intnrnnllv nml nxtir - tillcates of those wl wv nave uheu tins Z oieilledv will ha sent on nnnHmitioii inany rno nest Liniment in the world A TI 1 MT STERLING Capital 100000 Surplus 16550 LEWIS APPERSON Phesidbkt Â¬ cn II R FRENCH Oabiiiek tt Mountain business is respectfully solicited with the hu ranee tht we will trent every customer fitlyf ST For Sale jjy Dkuo Storks and Country Storks Eviryavihiu J vmm SKS2I2J2ET173Kt IEES53 ASKBaramflHn Hazel Geeen Herald and Brcnthltt than all other papers in the State and merchants in Mt Sterling Win chester Lexington Louisville and Cincinnati Will fllld itTHK DKST MKOIUM through which to secure Mountain Trade ADVERTISING RATES Tit ANSI KNT Yes Let Us Havo n Squnro Monl Felix Pence living near Lane P O Wolfe county has posted a stray ox as follows Description 8 years old weighs about 000 pounds mostly red with white head and some white In right flunk white spot on top shoulde marked M crop off right ear and swallow fork in left Owner can get ox by paying charges for posting feeding etc FELIX FENCE Lane Ky 24w Una n larger circulation in Wolfe Morgan Â¬ Â¬ Advertisements inserted for less than 3 months will he 75 cents an inch for the first insertion and 25 cents an inch for each sub sequent insertion rALI Tkanhiknt Advrktisino must UK 1 Â¬ mis inches 12 inches 15 4 inches 17 5 inches 20 inches Liberal rates on larger advertisements made known on application Obituaries tributes of jespect etc 3c a line Count six words to the line anil send money with the manuscript We will write obituaries and publish at 5 cents a line Local notices to be interspersed among reading matter 5 cents n line with a dis count of 5 per cent where they run a month or more Marriage and death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited and published KitKK 3 IN ADVANCE STANDING ADVKllTISKMKNTS inch 12 months lAID In The Herald of the 20th ultimo under tho heading as above appears an article reflecting on tho predominate re- Â¬ ligious body of Hazel Green which with Â¬ out egotistic arrogance is tho Christian Church also another insertion relative to Constitutional rights fraught with in Â¬ sinuations construed to convey tho samo Following theso in the is Â¬ reflections sue of tho 27th is still another in regard to a certain dropped letter not directed to Bro Cooper or The mn fla DgJgdoaatiQQ Jfe 7IW o IN fH YOU WANT TO SAVE FROM 25 to 50 CENTS ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND If so write 8rDO f RESULT OF FOUR BUYERS THE G 10 5 00 00 is spoken of and tho villago mado a 00 Communo hotbed in tho excited im Â¬ 00 of our friend Cooper feverish 50 agination 00 from tho editorials of the week before Herald which Â¬ IAYAIIIK QUAItTKRLY fc8liUA KOK It kgulak Advkutising ON DRMANI Address SPESCElt COOPER Hazel Green Ky Floyd Day is taking in Clay City and Louisville this week Haney and his entire ily are down with the grip Row Z J fam- Â¬ Little Dora daughter of Mr and Mrs Willie Swango is very sick with measles Kelly McClure who has heen sick at this place was removed to his home on Grassy Wednesday i 1 ii Mark McClain a young man living MT STERLING KY with W T Swango has had a severe at- Â¬ circumstances unpremeditated happens o tack of measles but is out again bo in our village to preach to tho J M BIGSTAFF President to V TTTAV VVIATV11MA a 1 t C fVX f f I SV I TT9 G L KIItKPATRICK Vice President Judge Swango who was visiting his brethren which has occurred only a few W W THOMSON Cashier family and friends at this place from times in the last ten years is an action K to call forth bitter denunciations we re- Â¬ Saturday until Tuesday left on the aftDIRECTORS ernoon of that day for Ezel and thence gret it yet this has occurred with others G L KlRKIATIUCK ANDRRW FKBLER as well as with us and against others we went to Frankfort Q Drake J T Highland have not the slightest ill will as we be- Â¬ Dh R KY Rev E P Mickel will begin a series lieve W T Tyler J D Read that it is the duty of any church of meetings at the Presbyterian church organization to have preaching as often in this place on Monday night after the NEW- Many times as suits their convenience third Sunday in April continuing every in the past have we deprived ourselves night during the week of the pleasure and privilege of holding XN Pn i Hon Harvey Meyers ex Speaker of services when ministers of our belief MT STERLING KY 9 w the Kentucky House of Representatives were in our midst for fear of wounding a Mr Miller of Covington and Mr some ones feelings and now suppose Capital Surplus Baker of JackRon were guests of the the sequel of the bitter denunciations i Day House on Monday night was the occurrence in February when by Wm Mitchell Chas M Grubbs The Kincaid trial is still in progress at accident a minister being present and President Cashier Washington and several Kentucky Con- Â¬ because of business connected with his The No 5 gressmen testified Monday The case trip was asked to fill the pulpit of the vidual largest capital nnd surplusinmid indi this sec Christian church There should be no tioL of deposits than any bank will probably go to the jury this week the State uukind feelings engendered by any con- Â¬ and we will next week givo the result gregation asking to have services when The grip is prevailing to an alarming a minister i present by accident or visit- Exchange Bank of Kentucky extent in this place and there are bo ing in our midst and in the future we MT STERLING KY many students confined to their homes expect to extend such invitations and by it that the Academy had only about accord others the samo privilege bidding forty scholars in attendance on Tues- Â¬ them God speed in any and all good CAPITAL day work Rev Jas E Wright requests us to As regards tho anonymous letter men- Â¬ We have moro Hazel Green business than state that he will hold a church meeting tioned which was directed to a certain any other bank and want to inorcasejt Wo htivo added largely to our stock and now occupy at the M E church of this place on Sat-Â¬ person in our town which was never de- Â¬ Send us your account and wvo will treat two large buildings and carry as complete a line of goods as urday tomorrow 4th inst at 3 oclock livered and seen only by one young man you well p m All the members of the church so stated we know nothing and havo can bo found in any city B J PETERS President are requested to be present who hides behind only contempt for one If you havent time to make tho trip to our city writo JOHN G WINN Cashier such actions Such communications arc The non arrival of our paper compels and wo will send cuts or samples of any of tho many arti us to issue only a half sheet this week beneath notice and we deplore an indi- IDINGFELDER cles that we carrv but as soon as we receive a supply which vidual action which seeks to bring stigma Tho young man who When you do come down make our store your head- we hope to do during the coining week on a community U WIJNJN tfUliJNlTUltJS UV CO quarters M ROBINSON our subscribers will each week receive a read it now says it was not insulting paper chock full of good things Come filthy or threatening further than JAMES B TIPTON JAMES KENNEDY as regards threats some would quit Importers and Jobbers of in and renew today taking The Herald Not filthy Mary Chandler formerly a resident of further than speaking of bano of drink nw AND NOTIONS Hazel Green but now of Lair Harrison Not insulting further than aggravat DRY GOODS county Ky writes to know the subscrip- ing which is a different tiling Tho DEALERS IN tion terms of The Herald and would pefson for whom that letter was intend Noa 537 539 nnd 54- 1like to have a copy Our terms aro 1 per ed or to whom wo understand it was ad -- West Main Street year always in advance sent post paid dressed hns our wholo heart in their LOUISVILLE KY PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY to any address in tho United States or interest and is above reproach The Canada Herald and its staff aro ono of us and MT SEITZ Our friends of tho Farmers Alliance we regret that Bro Cooper thinks he is WITH 8 Tlio prcsoripUoiiH and orders of Doctors especially solicited and given special should carefully read tho letter of State in danger of assassination or believes caro nnd attention In compounding febO ly None but pure medicines nnd drugs used Secretary B F Davis on the first page there is a Communo organization in WITOLESALK of our paper this week Owing to fail tho town such is not the case for he ure to got our paper wo are compolled has helped keep our citizenship abovo to omit tho Alliance department this tho plane of barbarism SAT ASHLAND KY With tho highest regard to and Chris week but as soon as it comes to hand SALARY 25 PER WEEK our farmer friends will find it full and tian feeling for all Wanted Good Agents to sell our Christian Church Officers mplete every week General line of merchandise No Hazel Green Ky Above salary will be rEDDLiNG Editor Herald I sco n communica FOR FUR Â¬ AGENTS PAID TO LIVE tion in your valuablo paper rccontly INFORMATION ADDRESS In vindication of our position with THER Higned by Esq W B Duff of Campton referenco to tho articles abovo referred CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO I desire to say that I endorse every word to wo havo to say that wo wero mali- Â¬ 178 W Van Huron St Chicago III HAS LEO AIL WORM REMEDIES FOR of said communication and cheerfully ciously imposed upon thero being no SMD EVERYWHERE EVERY BOTTLE CMRAHTEED join in asking tho Judge of tho County foundation for tho assertions mado and T F SUTTON Court to call a special session of tho for tho good of all we aro glad to state BEATTYVILLE KY BY RiCHARDSOH TAYLOR MED CO STLWK MO Justices of the Peace to secure a moro that tho church officers concur in this REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTING desirable location for our magnificent opinion and exonerate us from AGENT intentional jail building which wo havo under con- Â¬ Collections and remittances promptly And now leaving tho matter wrong made Correspondence solicited tract M E OHAin to bo combatted by thoso who concocted tho stories we dismiss tho subject sin JJE W C cerely hoping that peace sweet peace FOIt MK WeaknessTUB BLOOD Malaria Indigestion aad may henceforth and forever rule in our Writing Papers Envelopes Pens Ink MT BilJowneM take do Ac for sale at this office Indies BROWNS IKON BITTERS loved little village Ssf CoiinIgnwenU of Produce and the patronage of Voun tajik M Note Paper only lOe a quirt Call on us It cure qulcklr For sate br all dtalers la 1 Â¬ With the kindest feelings to all and malico toward none wo deem it but a square deal to mention our position in tho matters mado public and wore theso things confined to our village alono and not heralded to the reading public and being reprinted by tho press twould never receive ono word from tho body we represent As it is we feel that jus tice to all concerned demands an expres Â¬ sion from the Christian Church If any religious domineering or bullying can be attributed to our body in Hazel Green we are unaware of it and feel justified in enterinir protest As to oth ers wo have nothing to say If it is a crime to meet as did the Disciples and break bread on the Lords day regularly regardless of any regular or special ap- Â¬ pointment of any minister of any church Christian or otherwise then we plead guilty but such service is studiously ar- Â¬ ranged so as not to take place during the time of service at any other church If inviting a minister who by force of of everything manufactured in the United States at manufactur 10000 illustrations ers prices all lineb represented catalogue mailed free on application Address CHICAGO GENERAL SUPTLY CO No 178 West Van Buren St CHICAGO ILL B for our Illustrated Catalogue containing illustrations and prices EASTERN MARKETS - Â¬ F0R FOUR WEEKS- 3 pj F TVLKR JOHN U K08K TYLER ROSE h J HAZEL GREEN KY Jpv nHTXT7 Akd WACON oMAKINC We carry a stock of Iron and Wagon Ma terials of all kinds and give special attention to Horse shoeing Â¬ Â¬ gv Brim full and running over With all thats nice and newg I ana aesiraoie is our f pring m Stock ot Dry Goods and Mil- lmery iin immense stocK selected with great care and a mnp nifttit V K7mZnivv iAUU nnflTlG VUJ IAULP2K JSJAJKl Tkm IIHjKf ae par erne J iu is a Lreai m Mt 1 1 1 K 9 iw XXJLLJ Q 1 J 1 1 Traders Deposit ll and fullest line in the State from 35c a yard up I TArnTTJQm TVTOtTlTnPTTnci J JXJLJLJJJKJO i1 V V JUJU i J JJU 0 inoT ofnoimirifliTifir w wmm tr rw w a m jr aMMH srsr m mm MMNf m w C m o beautiful Hat or Bonnet and wc jji ujlujoc caouuduic xuw prices LANDSBERG 5 SON WINCHESTER livivrr onH Th is h stir act IVIiJW4W4 J MI1AV AUVS WUWAVSWKSW n i t a ULrsi uictsis im jLiimmuriiieaiis a V Q X fc PWM 1AEMERS BANE 250000 840000 aIj A- x r- JB Â¬ Main Street WINCHESTER lit KY Â¬ 810000000 FURNITURE CARPETS WALL PAPER China Glass and Queensware UNDERTAKING Â¬ J Til Â¬ 1U di V Â¬ i Â¬ Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals STERLING KY WJ Henderson Thos Son Â¬ Â¬ fWft AMS WHITES mmit STERLING KY N CREAM VERMIFUGE 20 YEWS Â¬ TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS - - I uadioiM Get lie geauiiM SrsxciR COOlKR wheu you need stationery fully solicited aud full satisfaction guaranteed At ftl fr i i i r - - ijfr - -- g Hazel Green Herald SPENDER COOPER - Editor KY we for all of which wo aro very much obliged March 30 out Mountain Boy Friday HAZEL GREEN - Owing to lack of space another letter from this point is necessarily crowded Ashland Park Stallions for BERMUDA four-year-old 1891 April 3 1891 Ed Kol Involution ft EASTERN KENTUCKY Sayings and Doings of tho Citizens in Our Neighboring Counties An Ilonrtt nml Hnou 1 Ilunilil Corrowpon- doiitri ami Huntlly Written tin for Our Army of HomlorH WOLFE Glllmoru Glcnnlng Archibald Itiuld an old war comrado and inc83mto of this scribe whom I had not seen for sovqntccu yonra was visiting ills son Oscar Rudd at this placo on the 29th inst lie lives in Magoflln county Rev James F Ely who has been in a critical condition all winter does not seem to improve any Win G Halsoy who lias had the fever so long is getting ablo to walk about tho llOUHO Mrs Rev very sick J M Littlo still remains Rrotlier Andrew Kash is very sick March 30 Uxoli Remus i s 14 ft ilain seoms to Clltty CoIiIiIoh bo tho order of tho clay M S Grain has returned to Cincin- Â¬ f nati EasterSunday passed with tho usual manifestations of joy Thats right Ilro Cooper stick to the all homo print Success to The Herald Rov W H Crain of Booneville preached a glowing and interesting ser-Â¬ mon at this placo on tho 2Sth inst Tho weather is becoming loathsomo to thOjfarmcrs and farm work goes without doing Tho messenger of death on March 28 visited tfio homo of B M Culbortson nndltookjaway ojio of its dearly beloved inmWeJ a lovely little infant Two othors are very ill one seriously owing to a rolapsoof tho measles Drs Swango and Kondrick aro attending them March 30 MORGAN fW Out of the dam of Black Cloud 217K his Asa McGarvey littlo boh of A J biie out of the dam of Wilson 210K Nickell one day last weok yoked him Â¬ Bay horse foaled March 31 1881 Bred at self up with a calf When all things Asliland Park were ready tho amateurs set themselves Sired by AKDALLA1I WEST 2583 a going The calf soon acquired considSire of Wilkin 227 erable momemtum and out went the boy The boy realizing his situation at First dam the dam of Black Cloud 217K by Pilot Walker pacer onco set up a yoll which brought the Second dam the Cluke pacing mare family to his rescue but not until the and calf had dragged him through gaps NOTK Abdullah West 2583 by Allio West 1st dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson over tho pasturo at a furious rate and 210K by Clark Chief 2d xlam Ohio by when found was nearly choked to death American Clay 3d dam brought from Ohio By proper management tho boy was soon and represented to be by Browns Bellfoun der Abdullah West died at six years old restored and after a few days of fearful He was the most promising colt ever bred soreness ho is himsolf again plus a very West Cloud is a rich mahogany bay 15 disagrceablo experience hands 2 inches with bluck mane and tail Tho Hazel Green Fair Association will and black legs extending ubove knees and hocks He Is a powerfully built horse for have to use some of tho patent stretchers his height and has the most finished set of that are on the market in order to meet feet and legs its possible to get on a horso he gave of any breed As a tho wonderful increaso in stock raising evidence of beinj possessed of remarkable in this country Dr A B Nickell dep speed ns with little handling he trotted a uty county clerk at this placo has is half mile in 118 1 5 and miles in his work At three years old he was not in 24l licenses for this year up to sued stock trained owing to a very severe attack of tho present date to tho amount of 53 pink ee He also done no work on the As a track lis a and tho owners of said stock aro all he was jogged and trained lightly more for mill whistle within hearing of tho Ezel tin purpose of ascertaining if he was entire ly recovered than with a view of testing hisi Our quiet littlo town is once more in- Â¬ speed In a few months he trotted a full vigorated by tho merry whistle of T E mile in 238 and half in 115 This season Johnson who has recently cast his lot 1890 he served a few mures of my own and was not put to work until September and He last week bought among us again He his improvement wns most remarkable a wagon and team of Emery Carr and repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I am fully convinced he will with if seasons trainhas engaged in hauling lumber in the ing trot in 220 I will let him serve 2Q inures neighborhood of Rothwell Station so he seuson of 1891 outside of ten of my own nt will not be with us much for some time 50 THE SEASON money due at time of service or before removal of mure The except occasionally when ho comes homo usuiil return privilege is given to return to wet his whistle mure in 1892 should she not get in foul It was oil ce thought that if one should Marcs bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privilege of return I breed sound highly finished trotters and have lose their grip that they would be for snle high bred colts anil fillies out of producing dums by a greater number of prominent sires than any farm in the land For about played out but just now your sale at prices bused on actual individual merit For further information see rj Aohlonrl Dorl I nvmrvtnn Vw catalogues which can be had on application Mures kept at regular rates Di Ji TDPPV ASlllallU idlKj LcXinglOIlj Nji IntAUT scribe with a host of other unfortunate creatures in this locality would welcomo the loss thatknowB ho finding Jim Nick had a terrible time with tho Masonic goat last Saturday night DEALER IN but he succeeded in bossing the situ ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Yearling exhibition record liW 2 03 21MK third hunt record 222 11XA fourth heat Trio Oct 0 1880 223 trial 217 Black home 15 hands 3 inches high foal- Bay horse 15 hands ed Juno 15 1883 Bred at Ashland Park 3 inches high foal Sired by BANKER 4144 ed May 3 1878 The Own brother to Lysnmlcr sire of Lvsander handsomest son of Watt 224 Hoy 220X5 Will lain Kearney his great sire and 2C0i Lysniidcr Chief 1010 First dam rattle Patehen trial 238jramnin the handsomest of of Chestnut Wilkes 229 by Mnmbrino any trotting bred Patehen sire of tho daniH ofGuy Wilkes horse in the United 215K Astral 218 Kosa WHkc2l8K EN vira218K5 Cluora 218 Hour 217 and States 29 others in the 230 list Second data Mnmly by Stanhopes Blood Sired by George Wilkes 222 Hawk sire of dam of Alinont 227 and Aley Wilkes 220 Third daia Pattie by Downlines Vermont Sire of Harry Wilkes 213M Guv Wilkes Wil 215K Mike Wilkes pacer 2lfi sire of the dam of Kniuma 220 Mambrino son 210K So So 217M Wilcox pacer Uruce 2 m sire of Kit Curry 2M8K Hell 210K Bosa Wilkes 218K Wilton 2llK Wilson 225 Gills Vermont sire of Hon Joe Bunker 210J4 Flora Wilkes pucer ner Boy 223 and sire of tho dams of Abel 2 19K Tom Rogers 220 etc Nelly h 221K Col Jiradslmw 220 223K Gumbetta 220 The King 2295 Outlaw 229K Pearl 230 First dam Sally Hamlet winner of Fourth dam Jesse by Thomas Jcflcrson Hamlet Stakes in 1875 by Hamlet He Is a beautiful bluck with right hind A V Pautlind sire of Loretta F 218 ankle white stands 15 hands high ami is Lady M 223 220K Truro pacer 222 a perfect horse all over having both bone Leontine 223K IJrookside Flora 229 and and substance combined with the forjn and the dums of Thornlcss 2l8Ki Cyclone finish characteristic of tho cross he so well 223 K Granby225 Graceful 225 and viz Hambletonian sire and Mam represents Hamlotta 229K brino Patehen dam This cross stands as the very best because public performances have Second dam Sal dam of Coarser 22GX Cap demonstrated its value Of its many repretain Clay Driftwood nml gramlam oi Mar sentatives not one is the superior of Bermu lowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief sire da for not one hns demonstrated the same of dams of Governor 230 and Joe Hookability to train on from year to year begin etc er sire of Maud Maccy 217 ning in the yearling form none are better Third dam the dam of Sofe that produced bred or better looking Asa sire he is of course untried his first Blanche 225K by iinji Yorkslihe sire of dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black rolts being foaled in 1889 now yearlings Cloud 217K Judged at this age no stallion ever sired more uniform natural gaited colts with speed unprecedented lie will stand for mares Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred sire of Prince 227 ten miles in 2808 season of 1891 at S200 TO INSURE the money to bo paid as follows 100 at the Tho fee of Favette Wilkes is within the time of service and the other 100 when the reach of all and lower than thut of any marc proves in foal Being limited to 30 out side marcs parties wishing to breed to him horse of equnl merit in Kentucky had better book their mares early SEASON 100 two-ycnr-ofivii-year-o- ld 5874 239K FAYETTE WILKES WEST CLOUD 5105 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- two-year-o- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ four-year-ol- d five-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Who Killed ation Miss Lola Willis who has been teach ing instrumental music at this place left today for her homo in Madison county Robort Cecil who has been in Oregon Hardware Queensware for about six years is visiting relatives in Morgan March 30 A Blurt ILkso Circuit convened last Monday with his honor Judge Cooperf on tho INDIANAPOLIS IND wool Hack aud M M Redwino at his post Thero was a good crowd in town but jockeys say it was a dull day in their lino of business as only n few changed No horses Tho following persons compose rlco 18 on at Factory tho juries Grand Jury M Carpenter casn vrith Order foreman J S Nickoll Jack Black J We are going to sell We M Lewis D N Ferguson M R Steele have got prices to suit hard A B Lovelace J M Perry Jr R B times All we ask is to give Strictly FlrstCUvi Warranted 2M All schm urowtn mcKory McOluro R M Smith W D Caskey Stool A ties nml Tiros us a call Perfectly Rulnnced Richard Ferguson J T Caskoy D C Low Hem beat Arms Lonsr Easy Riding oil Tcrancrea eprms tin Whiuil nml Itist All Ovir Hutchiusou Menofoo Turner J V Oak- Â¬ GO H F PIERATT ley Potit Jury W G Blair II C IF YOU CANT FIND THBM FOR SALE BY YOUR MERCHANTS WHITE PB Ferguson E P Lowis J V Wheeler P S All outstanding notes HAND TELEGRAPHY PENMANSHIP Etc James Williams W P Samples Milt and accounts must be settled BOOK KEEPING SHORT Williams B F Lykins J W Day Hi Â¬ at once or you will pay cost ram Greer R O Day J M Adkins W CO P 13f3m A Lacy Charles W Cecil Boono OKU field R F Williams W II Elam Dock of Who desires to hotter his or her condition In life should write for tho Catalogue JL lspm Miles Little J T Wills John D BUSINESS COLLEGE Fahnirt James K Nickoll J W Bays mJt ininu uicn11 ww Win Pack Cases woro disposed of as WITH follows Commonwealth vs J 0 Tip 3DODD DOODOOD7DOOOODDCI SON 11 S STRADER ton charged with murder sot for trial A Welcomo Vlttltor Co Successors to J A Laii on tho seventh day of this term Com- Â¬ CO JULIUS BENGKENSTEIN Olifty Ky March 28 1891 monwealth vs Amos Lewis charged with LEXINGTON KY 74 E Main Stkbet Mr Sienoer Cooper Dear Sir murder continued for defendant and Your valuablo paper tho Hazel Green Wholesnle Dealers In WANTED sot for fourth ctay of next term Com Herald has been a regular visitor at Manufacturers and Jobbers of c Straight Kentucky Whiskies inonweajth vq Honry Bocholhoimor cut my homo for tho past threo years and I Terms andJJberal ting1 and wounding continued for Com call say without reluctanco that it is c Wines Brandies monwealth and sot for second day of still a welcome visitor a bit of litera Â¬ CSTAddross A J COLE Gen- next term Commonwealth vs Leo 011 ture eagerly looked for each Friday aft Â¬ oral Agont Barbourvillo Ky or FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY JOHN O OGDEN Nurseryman ium murder Continued for defendant ernoon Every issue is filled almost to 71y CIGARS AND TOBACCO i Somerset Ky and sot for third day of next term overflowing with messages from friends OM Agents for OKI yfeojaoSijCCic rfl jo oz Si Trr mill Olil Taylor Pugli Old Pepper Commonwealth Vs James Lawson rapo associates and fellow countrymen and filed away Commonwealth vs Jack not only theso it is dovoutly devoted to J U Shari Ilruce Trimble T G Denton MEYEKi Wright c cutting and wounding tho interests of iU country both finan Â¬ WOONSOCKET AVITII DENTON SHARP TRIMBLE continued for Commonwealth and set cially and morally Its ablo editor de for second day of nextfterni serves the commendation and patronago MT STERLING KY 4Ajkjc4h1 giYH by tuaiOhrhtian En of every true friend of Eastern Kontuoky AGENCY ITavo now a complete lino of O JOmJEHS IK 0 eror lwtt Friday ovenlof jjJRt tho resi Â¬ Sincerely yours R S Crain Clothing Hats Boots Shoes of 0 Wt Burns It MJLtho first ding Implements roit OYsrKivsiA NO 103 WEST PEARL STREET wUrtalnmcnt given by tlMotioty at Um HrWHa Iron Hitter and Gents Furnishing Goods Hardware Agricultural OL1YKUUI11LIKIJ IlOWS rh4Unt rvinimqiiil It tkii nlftoe was toSHV tke ltMtfSif it a J Wo solicit an inspection of XfAIPA lIOVH VflSTRll STfiVP CO All clcftler Wp It two por bottlo Qenuiae CINCINNATI O very WJioyaW atttilr eipecKhUMfwhcn COOKS MILLS A EVAlOUATOUSJ baa traile marlcuiwcFWtcil rudlliiM en wrapper f i t 31 our goods and guarantee pri Â¬ CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS ll lll waft lighting a fire in XM dintpg jtoojm wji racne ffcjutu AND HORSE BILLS ces satisfactory and articles as STODDARD Avn ACMEa HARROWS Will Groom KivrrATrY itooi to ait ou while the otuei xl ASir linnns lrhittil in tit bent style nariiiuia TCtlliuxil lioll of nriULll t w r HUtl ftt lowest rte nt thj unnecearv to lUnd as It b ool oil with the cuatle Ind and offic Bly IUONTON OHIO Stud ua your ortlqr recommended MMiit kit Ml usual result jrei Kd uot twve neii L t f I Wont Liberty Wlp court Novel Offer Wo have received a copy of tho Do- Â¬ minion Illustrated which is the only high class illustrated journal published in Canada With tho beginning of the present year it was enlarged to 24 pages weekly and new and striking literary features have been added It is profusely illustrated in the highest style of photo- Â¬ gravure art and is altogether a highly interesting journal and a credit to Cana Â¬ dian skill and enterprise The publishers have inaugurated a prize competition for tho current six months which bears the stamp of originality Six questions are published each mouth and tho material for answering them is found in the numbers for that month Only subscribers compete and tho prizes which number 100 exceed 3000 in value The smallest is valued at 5 and tho first is 700 in gold Tho publishers announce that any dissatisfied prizo winner may exchango a prizo for tho cash valuo at which it is rated in the published list As the illustrated is not a fttko journal it has every reason for keoping faith with subTho publishers Tho Sabiston scribers Litho and Pub Co Montreal announco that on receipt of 12 Cents in stamps Canadian or American thoy will for-Â¬ ward to any address a sample copy with full particulars as to terms etc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Vulcan Chilled Plows best made B F Avkuy Sons Steel Plows Ball Mitchell Cos Steel Hill side Plows Improved Malta Double Shovel Is a question hard to answer Plows But as to who is selling the Oliver Chill and South Bend Plow Repairs cheapest goods in Hazel Green Stoddards New Climax and Tiger Disc Harrows is easily told evan8 2 hgrse corn planters Â¬ Ef3fnH TinwareoAgricultural Implements Evans Triple Harrows Whiteleys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers Columbia Tiger and Granger Sulky Cooks Fish Bros Celebrated Wagons antee for 5 yeure Patent Evaporators Havens Pioneer Cane Mills Hay Rakes Jones U S Standard 5 Ton Wagon Scales price 60 with a written guar- Â¬ HFPIERATTSCO arc closing out If Low Prices are what you want we have got them The largest stock of Cook and Heating Stoves of any house in Eastern Kentucky Cutlery Shears and Builders Hardware a Specialty East side S Maysville Street MT STERLING KY FAKKIT MFG OO 7i ffifl - n V NL J Vie P ROGERS BRYANT tvvSTRATTON fcfe i i J Â¬ serM BOOTStS IE jM j jc Gus Â¬ RUBBER WMKS09 VT m i J JM J fc 9 w v Ml ud k iju T iwautcrT